Thursday, December 30, 2010
Mandira Bedi (born April 15, 1976 in Mumbai, India) is an Indian actress model and television presenter who rose to fame playing the lead role in the 1994 television series Shanti: Ghar ki ek kahaani, shown on the national channel of India, Doordarshan. Followed a high-profile career in the next decade with the hosting rights Cricket World Cups and presentations. She presented coverage of the 2010 cricket Indian Premier League on ITV which started on ITV4 on March 12, 2010.
Mandira Bedi Born in Bombay April, 15,1976 has her ancestral roots 123 Khatri clan Fazilka, a town in Punjab, 11 km from the border between India and Pakistan. He studied in Mumbai's Cathedral and John Connon School. She is married to an Indian movie director Raj Kaushal.
After his star turn Shanti, appeared in a supporting role in the 1995 movie Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge and played the main villain, "Mandira", called "Mona" on India's popular soap Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi.
Among other highlights of his career was a stint as a presenter in the Indian talent TV show, Fame Gurukul which ended on October 20, 2005, replaces R. Madhavan as the Anchor of Deal Ya No Deal, and the realization of housing rights in the musical reality show Jo Jeeta Wohi Super Star, delivered by one of the channels of India's most popular entertainment, Star One, as well as posing for a slide show in the men's magazine Maxim Magazine India.
Mandira Bedi was the cover girl for the April edition of Maxim India Magazine.
She created a stir in Bangladesh in their criticism of his national cricket team following their victory against India in the early stages of group 2007 Cricket World Cup.
In an episode of Extra Innings, wearing a sari sporting flags of various nations involved in World Cup Cricket 2007. The flag of India was in the bottom of the sari, near her feet, leading to resentment among viewers in India.